Story: A person who takes snuff: tobacco eats up his brains
A person who takes snuff: tobacco eats up his brains
The Bushman’s opinion of snuff–taking. By /han≠kass’o (L VIII.-26. 8266 rev. and 8267 rev.). The |xam believe that a person who takes snuff has his brain eaten up by tobacco until it disappears.
1) This story is found in Book VIII-26
snuff (a |xam opinion of taking it) , snuff (how it is harmful) , snuff (its ill-effects) , snuff (tobacco eats away the brain) , snuff (what the |xam say about) , snuff (makes a person's brain 'disappear') , snuff (makes a person's head become 'dry') , tobacco (a |xam opinion of snuff-taking) , tobacco (its ill-effects) , tobacco (makes a person's head become dry) , tobacco (how it is harmful) , tobacco (it eats up the brains)